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There was a mixed reaction to David Cameron’s decision to raise the issue of Baby P and the investigation into children’s services at Haringey council at this afternoon’s PMQs.

Harry Phibbs
has recently posted on our Local Government blog about why he felt it was right for David Cameron to raise the issue and get angry about it in the Commons and news now comes of a further vindication of this course of action.

Sky News is reporting that Ed Balls, the Children’s Secretary, has ordered a new urgent investigation into children’s welfare services at Haringey, which will be conducted by Ofsted, the Commission for Healthcare Audit and Inspection and the Chief Inspector of Constabulary.

To those who doubted David Cameron’s line of questioning in the Commons, what better vindication could there be of his decision to raise the issue?

Jonathan Isaby

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